- Discipline: Showjumping
- Height: 165cm
- Stud Fee: Fresh/chilled is £550 and frozen is £350, 10% twemlows discount applies.
- Breed: KWPN
- Colour: Grey
- Year of Birth: 2007
- Contact: Dilly Bricknell
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Call Again Casanova, or Charlie as he’s known at home, is a very promising young competition stallion. He Had a wonderful start to his ridden career as a 4 year old, gaining 14 foundation points in his first few outings on the British Eventing Circuit. He won the Yorkshire Young Event Horse Class, which qualified him for the Burghley Young Event Horse Finals; He was also a strong contender, going double clear in the Lycetts Young Event Horse Championships. He is now turning his hand to BSJA, with a very promising start and showing all the ability and scope to compete at the highest level. He has four superb elastic paces, courtesy of his fantastic free shoulder, straight, strong legs and exceptional hind quarters.
His sire Casanova Du Domaine Z competed internationally in his short career with great success, and has passed all his better traits on to his only graded son. By the outstanding Cassini I, who needs no introduction. Through La Luna he brings the blood of Caletto I, who was 1985’s most successful Nations Cup Jumper in Germany.
His Dam Kormaline has bred many a sucessful event horse, many of whom are competing on an international level. Kormeline is by the hugely successful stallion Burggraaf.
Burggraaf was very successful in the heavier classes of the National Stallion Competition, of which he won the finals and six of the seven rounds. Later he was an international showjumper with Roelof Bril; they cleared the 2.10 m during the puissance of Indoor Brabant in 1991 and in 1993 they were reserve champion of the 1.40 class for KWPN stallions. Burggraaf has a very high jumping index of 152 points.
Burggraaf’s sire is the top breeding stallion Landgraf I, who produced over 50 approved stallions and over 70 state premium mares just in Germany, and heads the German yearbook with the total winnings of his progeny of over 6 million D-Marks. Burggraaf’s dam’s sire is the famous sports horse producer Cor de la Bryere, who holds second place in the German yearbook with total winnings of around 2 million D-Marks.
Charlie’s impeccable bloodlines, correct conformation, bold outlook, endless scope and elastic movement make him the obvious choice for anyone wanting to breed a serious competition prospect for the future.
His fee for fresh/chilled is £550 and frozen is £350, 10% Twemlows discount applies. 48 hours notice is required for fresh/chilled semen.